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Andres Romero: Explaining a 20-Shot Swing

By all that’s right and conventional, this post should be about Webb Simpson’s glorious 8-under 63 to take a four-stroke lead at the Shriners Hospitals For Children Open in Las Vegas. He bested his 64 from Thursday and suddenly finds … Continue reading

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J.J. Henry: Out of the Blue in Vegas

Nobody ever sees super-low rounds coming. You kind of have a sense that you’re playing well generally, you don’t have any vaunted expectations and so you relax. That’s what happened to J.J. Henry in the first round of the Shriners … Continue reading

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Satisfying Endings

Canadian Adam Hadwin didn’t win the RBC Canadian Open Sunday. But he looked good trying and probably proved a lot to himself in the process. With the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, he set off on the Shaughnessy … Continue reading

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